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As rapid antigen testing continues to expand, it's important to understand that a negative result doesn't necessarily mean you don't have COVID-19.
By Julia Hunter
A belief in the community-building aspect of a thriving downtown is what motivates mayors and city officials of several Utah towns involved in the Utah Main Street Program, part of a larger, national, initiative.
By The Daily Yonder
An internal Facebook report found that the social media platform’s algorithms enabled disinformation campaigns to reach nearly half of all Americans in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.
By The Conversation
Cattle would be trucked to the site near the CSX rail line between Hopkinsville and Pembroke and slaughtered in a 500,000-square-foot facility. Other details are being kept secret, in part because the company secured non-disclosure agreements with local elected officials and industrial recruiters.
By Jennifer P. Brown
In recommending against boosters for the general public, the committee cited reasons such as lack of sufficient safety data in younger age groups and indications that initial doses still seem to be provide robust protection against severe illness.
By The Conversation
As the virus changes — the density of the delta virus in the air is greater than the original strain — experts have adjusted their advice regarding masks.
By Kaiser Health News
Principal Sarah Sweeney Johnson said the program will help promote a love for reading.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The Christian County craft distillery earned three prizes, including Best in State.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The show, featuring drawings, paintings, mixed media and photography, will be on display at the community college Oct. 2 through 24.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The Pennyroyal Arts Council and Kentucky Humanities Council is presenting the play on Sept. 16.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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